Donora Digital Collection: Tracks and Trains
Left: WWI soldiers returning to Donora.
Right: WWI soldiers leaving Donora.
Left: A photo of people at a train wreck site.
Center: People gathering at a train wreck site.
Right: People on top of a wrecked train.
Image: A blue cyanotype overlooking railroad tracks and the early Donora countryside.
Left: Engine of the Donora Southern Railroad.
Center: Postcard showing the trolley line at the residences of mill superintendents.
Right: Donora Souther Railroad engineer and engine car.
Left: Train facility at the mills.
Center: Three train workers pose on Trolley #429 in the town of Donora, PA.
Right: Man in suit underneath train.
Left: Train car loading station at the mill.
Center: Track-level photo of the elevated monorail used to import coke.
Right: View of a train car loading station at the mill.
Left: Photo of the Donora Souther Railroad engine car and workers.
Right: Photo of a Donora Souther Railroad train, engineer, and two men in suits.
Left: Train leaving the Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Donora, PA.
Right: Five men pose in front of an engine car of the Donora Southern Railroad.
Left: A crank mechanism used at the Donora Southern Railroad.
Right: Workers and crane inside the Wire Works, July 14, 1925.
Left: Mill train station built on stilts with various cranes.
Right: Community members among the split coke from a train wreck at West Columbia, 1901.
Left: Workers at ground level inside a mill, beneath the end point of a mill train.
Right: Shot of the Donora Southern Railroad with a car attached.
Photo: Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Donora, PA.
Left: Coke workers along the tracks on a mine.
Right: The Pennsylvania and Lake Erie Railroad Station at Station Square in Pittsburgh, PA.